Home privately located in a quiet neighborhood on one acre in midtown Aiken. Convenient to golf, dining, shopping and equestrian events. Located 25 minutes from the Augusta National.
This granite cottage was originally built in the late 1950's and has been renovated to incorporate an open, contemporary design but also maintaining traditional & rustic features. The flagstone patio has a stone fireplace and features accent lighting that creates a wonderful evening ambiance. The open plan of the kitchen with bar, to study with fireplace, to patio works nicely for entertaining. The home also features a formal dining room and a large living room with granite fireplace. There are two bedrooms with queen size beds. There are two full baths. The study could be used as a third bedroom.
Home amenities include:
High speed wireless Internet
DirectTV (each bedroom & study) (large screen in study)
Speaker system throughout home & patio area (SIRIUS & TV)
Indoor fireplaces are gas burning
Outdoor fireplace is wood burning
Less than 5 minutes to Palmetto Golf Club
Less than 7 minutes to Aiken Golf Club & Houndslake Golf Club
Less than 15 minutes to Woodside Country Club & Cedar Creek Golf Club
Conveniently located (<7 minutes) to:
DOWNTOWN AIKEN offering:
Fine dining (Willcox Inn, PRIME Steakhouse, Malia's, The Stables, Casabella's, Linda's Bistro, Speakeasy)
Casual dining (TakoSushi, Aiken Brew Company, TRIO's, Mellow Mushroom, Pizza Joint)
Quaint boutiques & gift stores (fine gifts for golf & equestrian enthusiasts)
Quality men's & women's clothing
HITCHCOCK WOODS located near downtown offers 2000 acres of urban woods with walking and riding trails.
Within walking distance to:
Convenient shopping (Fresh Market, restaurants & liquor store)
Horse District - Quiet dirt roads with lovely historic mansions & barns & polo fields)
Maid service provided
Stocked bar upon request
Reservations for fine dining upon request
MASTERS WEEK EVENTS IN AIKEN
"Horses and Courses Art Walk" Artists display and offer for sale golf and equestrian art on the downtown streets during Masters Week.